Issue #61 - This month we had the results from the poll asked in issue #60. I found out that Retrogaming Times is read worldwide! It is read in every continent, except Antarctica and most of the states of the USA.
Issue #62 - Pitfall Harry does the Many Faces of Pitfall. It was just so appropriate. He also asks what is your favorite game from 1982?
Issue #63 - This issue we give links to two other classic game newsletters, The Atari Times and 2600 Connection. Always willing to send some readers their way.
Issue #64 - An era came to an end with this issue. I told how I was getting rid of the price guides on the site. Problem was I kept getting emails from people wanting to buy the items, but I did not have them for sale. They were just price guides. Alan also gave the top games from 1982, chosen by the readers.
Issue #65 - This was Jim Krych's last TI 99/4A article as he was called into service. We also did a review of Jim's Devastator II controller.
Issue #66 - There is a silly article about job hunting and classic games. Also a review of Activision Anthology.
Issue #67 - The Video Game Critic reviewed Atari 8-Bit games. There are alot of great games for the Atari computers. Also, we had Fred Wagaman talk about wargames and his new Steel Battalion controller.
Issue #68 - There was a review of Phillyclassic 4, a turning point for the show. Alan Hewston did Many Faces of Oil's Well, one of my favorite classic games.
Issue #69 - I ask the question, what if Toru Iwatani, the creator of Pacman had been eating something other than Pizza when he was inspired to create Pacman? Adam King does a Commercial Vault on the different Atari adapters, two commercials I never seen.
Issue #70 - Tonks talks about the Vic 20, an overlooked computer system and we praise the invention of the pause button.
Issue #71 - A very short issue with a funny article about the evils of video games. Alan Hewston does Many Faces on Frogger II, one of those games I actually like.
Issue #72 - We look at missed endorsement deals for classic game characters. Also Adam King looks at the funny George Plimpton Intellivision commercials. Those were classic.
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